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. if you look at schools that had tremendous growth this past year and we go back and look at their cla, the common learning assessment over the course of the year we can predict with almost 100% certainty which schools will have the growth based on the cla's. that is very powerful information for talented teachers and administrators to have in terms of determining how students are learning. we're also increasing the access to the core curriculum. we're aligning the pre-k and elementary grades so teachers understand what preschool teachers are teaching and preschool teachers understand their important work is absolutely critical to ensuring students are reading at grade level by grade three and you have seen the tremendous work in that regard. we are expanding our differentation and inclusive practice. what does that mean? thank you. what that really means we're going to make sure that teachers have the knowledge and the training to be able to provide the kind of instruction that every student need in the class because not all students learn the same and we're going to make sur
for clas at ou >> is your password the password for everything. experts are stating that you need to get a new one. there stating that they have one who is more at risk for a security breach. you may end of changing your password after you hear this. the worst list of the passwords were posted online by hackers. the password 123 and 123456. others lacked creativity. there were some i once like monkey and wellcome made the list for the first time. hackers was still come after the targets of week passwords. to keep your password save you should create one with eight or more characters. you should avoid using the same password. >> rachel and sam have a house. now they want a home. a home where everything feels like it's designed just for them. where the styles they love fit into the wallet they have. big or small they want furniture that makes life better. that's why they visit us. we're more than a home improvement store. we're ikea, the life improvement store. chic >> take a look at this are read that happened. he broke in through the roof and he stuffed his pockets with cell phones. he h
about capping em at mewhere between 17 and $25,000 dollars. which means, forost people in the middle cla,this wouldn't be a big deal. you codtillake man of the staard credits and deductions you used like the mortga interest deduction. you'reealthy, those, that hard cap is going to be a big hit. melissa: yee. >> warren buffett had25 million worth of deductions last year. obviously if you capped it at 25,000, he would pay a lot more in income taxes. melissa: you tlkbout mainal tax rates. talk to me about cap gains and dividend tax. what does it mean for everyone and what is the pact of th? >> certainly for the invest class this is a huge deal. as you know the capital gains and didend are now taxed at 15%. governor romney would leave those rates at that level. actually he would cuttor lower income people of the those earningnder $200,000 a year. messa: right. >> obviouy the president is propong to irease those rates for investors, high income investors. the e did i dend rate would go up to nearly 40%. in some cases over 40% to 43.5%. the capal gains rate would go over 20%. offer would ilem
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'd like without eliminating deductions that may hurt the middle cla. specifically, you can't do this without changing rules on capital gains taxes, dividend taxes and the romney campaign has said they will not do that. you cannot cut taxes and keep the middle class deductions and can't cut taxes and keep lower rates on capital gains. now the romney campaign has said, look, we would work with the congress. we would -- we can't tell you what exactly it would look like because we'll work with the congress but the tax policy center says it can't be done. given what we know, it can't be done. the second claim, let's talk about the auto bailout, fight begun this on the campaign trail. vice president biden made the case that romney would let detroit go bankrupt. listen. >> we knew we had to act for the middle class. we immediately went out and rescued general motors. we went ahead and made sure that we cut taxes for the middle class, and in addition to that, when that occurred what, did romney do? romney said, no, let detroit go bankrupt. >> and that he literally let detroit go bankrup
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